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Re: "ctrl+shift+u codepoint enter"

From: Dan Sommers
Subject: Re: "ctrl+shift+u codepoint enter"
Date: Sun, 5 May 2019 20:47:02 -0700
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On 4/28/19 2:35 PM, Pierre-Henry F. wrote:

Is there a way to make Emacs accept utf8 characters as other applications do on 
linux using IBus?
For example, `ctrl+shift+u 1642 enter` should be interpreted as the character 
`ᙂ` but is does not.
How to make this happen?

Try C-q, which normally runs quoted-insert.

By default, emacs reads octal rather than hex, but I
have the following in my .emacs.el file:

    (setq read-quoted-char-radix 16)

Because emacs doesn't know a priori how many digits
you're going to type, you may have to press a non-digit
key (e.g., space) to terminate the input.


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